Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Eggless Vanilla Sponge Cake in Pressure Cooker

Eggless Vanilla Sponge Cake is a simple cake, which I have baked in the pressure cooker, and its come out very nicely.

Recently, I have developed lot of interest in baking and desserts, but since I dont have an oven here, I try making in the pressure cooker and steamers. This cake too is based on my learning process. I baked this cake earlier and it came out well, so I decided to click pics and bake, and Thank God, again its come out so well. It gives a good boost and confidence, if our try gets success:).
{Though a cake made in an oven is the best, this method is also making me bake a good cake}.

Ingredients:
Maida 1 cup
Baking Powder 1/2 tsp
Baking soda 1/4th tsp
Powdered Sugar 1/4th cup
Salt a pinch
Butter 1/4th cup {at room temperature}
Condensed Milk 1/2 cup
Milk 1/2 cup
Vanilla Essence 2 tsp

For Icing:
Nutella as per needed
Powdered Sugar as per needed

For pressure cooker baking:
Salt, to cover the bottom.

Method:
Step 1:                                               
Take a bowl, add powdered sugar and butter and beat well with a hand whisk. 
Once beaten, add condensed milk and whisk well.                   

Step 2:
Take another bowl, Keep a sieve upon the bowl.  
Add maida, baking powder, baking soda and salt and the sieve well into the bowl, until everything is well mixed.

Step 3:
Now add this maida mixture{step 2} to the butter mixture{step 1} little by little by fold and cut method, including milk too in between little by little, until everything is mixed and a perfect cake batter consistency is reached. 

Now add Vanilla essence and give a good whisk. Our cake batter is ready. 

Step 5:
Grease a cake pan and transfer the cake batter into the greased pan.

Lets Bake the Cake...
Step 6: 
Take the pressure cooker. Add salt on the bottom of the cooker{I call it salt bed}, this is to prevent direct heat to the cake pan. 

Pre-heat the pressure cooker covered for 5 minutes on high flame.
Carefully open the cooker and Place the cake pan into the pressure cooker carefully over the salt bed. The pan should not touch the sides of the cooker.

Close the lid and bake on high flame for 5 minutes, and reduce the flame to low and bake for 20 to 25 minutes. It took 30 minutes for my cake to get baked. 

Insert a skewer and if it comes out clean, the cake is ready. 
Take it out of the cooker, and allow to cool for 5 minutes. 
Now take a plate and invert the pan to the plate by tapping it slowly.

Straighten the cake downside to upside.

For Icing:
Keep the cake on a plate, add nutella and spread it all over.

Take icing sugar in a sieve, and dust it onto to the cake.

Enjoy:):)
Important Note on Pressure Cooker Baking:
Before baking the cake using a pressure cooker, please follow the following steps..
Remove the whistle{vent weight}, gasket {rubber ring}. 
Regular use of pressure cooker for baking is not good, as the metal of the pressure cooker may get damaged.
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29 comments:

  1. Gorgeous cake ....love the topping with Nutella.
    Soft...fluffy

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  2. before I had an oven, I used to always make my cakes in cooker, they turn out well all the time... looks so good...

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    1. Oh ok, yes its turning out too good.. Thanks:)

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  3. Delicious & perfectly baked cake! You have a nice blog.

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  4. Never used pressure cooker to bake before. But its a brilliant idea for a great outcome esp for those who don't own an oven.

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  5. Jeena, the cake looks so good! the ease of making a cake using pressure cooker will surely tempt anybody to give it a try. what better than getting it done on the hob while we are at it!! no fancy ingredients/equipment - lovely :) its tempting me to have a go!!

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    1. Cooking in pressure cooker is interesting but being careful is important. Do try..Thanks a lot Anu:)

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  6. The cake looks delightful jeena. I love the idea of making it in a pressure cooker. I have not tried making cake till now. I am gonna give it a try soon. :)

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    1. Ya do try, its really fun. Thanks Ritu:)

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  7. Lovely & different version of cake.................
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  8. Wonderful ! Never baked in a pressure cooker before. Loved the idea..

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  9. Wow beautiful, spongy cake. I loved the texture, step by step pictures have made the recipe really simple. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Ur most welcome, my pleasure to share.. Thanks:)

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  10. Hi!... Came across ur blog through the comment section of another!! Nice step by step clicks..will follow ur blog and will be happy if you follow me back.
    Tempting sponge cake!!
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    1. Thanks for visiting my blog, Will surely visit Urs. And Thanks ...

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  11. tempting sponge cake!!! looks so soft!!

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  12. Hi Jeena. .could u please tell how many litres cooker is recommended for baking cake? & is it ok to use steel pressure cooker? & when preheating thé cooker do we have to cover thé cooker ? I've never made cake in a cooker & wanted to clear few things.

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